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American Creed: Philanthropy and the Rise of Civil Society 1700-1865
(University of Chicago Press, 2003)
Capital City: New York and the Men Behind America's Rise to Economic Dominance, 1860-1900
(Simon & Schuster, 2003)
P. A. Stolypin: The Search for Stability in Late Imperial Russia
(Stanford University Press, 2001; 468 pp.) Read more
Beyond the Lines: Pictorial Reporting, Everyday Life, and the Crisis of Gilded Age America (University of California Press, 2002; 361 pp.) Read more
Women, Philanthropy,Civil Society
(Indiana University Press, 2001; 314 pp.)